Sunday, January 11, 2015

Golden Globes Live Blog!

The Globes are beginning in two minutes. Let's get the 2015 Golden Globes live blog started!

-Tina Fey and Amy Poehler have taken the stage.

-Fey and Poehler are wrecking The Interview right now. No mercy.

-"And Andy Serkis was great as your backpack!"

-This has been a great monologue so far. Very funny stuff.

-"Richard Linklater or Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu?"

"Inarritu. One take for 2 hours."

"Linklater. 5 minutes once a year."

-That monologue was awesome. Edgy, brilliant and hilarious throughout.

-Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture is up first. J.K. Simmons will win.

-J.K. Simmons with the win for Whiplash!

-Simmons solidifies himself as the front-runner for the Oscar. He is electric in Whiplash.

-The stars of Fifty Shades of Grey are here to present the Supporting Actress in a TV movie or miniseries award.

-Joanne Froggatt wins for Downton Abbey!

-Best miniseries or TV movie is up next. True Detective will win, but I'm begging for Fargo to pick up the win.

-FARGO WITH THE WIN!

-Wow, I'm stunned. That's awesome. One of the best shows I've ever seen in my entire life. So glad that it won.

-Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV movie is up next.

-Two in a row for FARGO. This is legit awesome. I'm so happy. Billy Bob Thornton's performance was terrifying and awesome.

-Really starting to think that Fargo could win a bunch of stuff tonight. I'm very excited.

-They're really going hardcore on this Interview stuff. Meryl Streep is currently taking a picture with a "North Korean General"

-It's the HFPA president. Time to go to the bathroom.

-Despite my original comment, it was a good speech. Screw the terrorists that try to take our liberties from us.

-Kerry Washington and Bryan Cranston are up to present Best Actress in a TV series- Comedy or Musical.

-Gina Rodriguez wins for Jane the Virgin. Surprising win there.

-Next up is Best TV series- Comedy or Musical.

-Transparent wins Best TV series- Comedy or Musical. Not quite so surprising.

-Vince Vaughn and Sienna Miller are up to present Best Original Score.

-Johann Johannson wins Best Original Score for The Theory of Everything.

-Shocked by that. Thought Birdman or Interstellar would take it.

-Prince is here to present Best Original Song. Selma should win here.

-"Glory" wins for Selma. No surprise here. Should win the Oscar as well.

-Poignant speeches from Common  and John Legend.

-Katie Holmes and Seth Myers are here to present Best Supporting Actor in a TV movie or miniseries.

-Matt Bomer wins Best Supporting Actor in a TV movie or miniseries for The Normal Heart.

-Clive Owen is here to talk about The Theory of Everything.

-Ricky Gervais is here and he's trashing on celebrities again.

-Next up is Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical. It's Adams or Streep here.

-Amy Adams wins another Golden Globe for Big Eyes. Well-deserved win. Glad to see Big Eyes get some love.

-This whole Miss Golden Globe thing seems kinda pointless.

-Best Animated Film is up next. It's gotta be The LEGO Movie here.

-NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO WHAAAAAATTTTTT

-How to Train Your Dragon 2 won for Best Animated Film. That's ridiculous. LEGO Movie got snubbed.

-Jared Leto is here to present the award for Best Supporting Actress. If Streep wins.....

-Patricia Arquette wins for Boyhood. Well-deserved.

-Arquette solidifies herself as the front-runner for Best Supporting Actress.

-Still reeling from that LEGO Movie loss.

-This North Korea stuff is kinda not funny at all.

-Best Screenplay is up next. Really tough category here.

-Hader and Wiig are usually funny, but not this time. This bit is painful.

-Birdman wins Best Screenplay. Good movie, but I was hoping for The Grand Budapest Hotel.

-Damn, Boyhood is good. Forgot how great that movie was.

-Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda actually were pretty funny here.

-Best Actor in TV series is up here.

-Jeffrey Tambor wins Best Actor in a Comedy TV series.

-Foreign Language time. I've got Ida here.

-Leviathan with the upset. Slight upset there. Now I feel like I have to see it.

-Adrien Brody and Kate Beckingsale here to present Best Actress in a TV movie or mini-series.

-Maggie Gyllenhaal wins for The Honorable Woman. Disappointed that Fargo couldn't pull out another win, but that's okay.

-Paul Rudd and Adam Levine are here to present the award for Best TV series- Drama.

-Golden Globe goes to The Affair. Shocking upset over Downton, Game of Thrones and House of Cards.

-Still kinda shocked that Pride is nominated for Best Comedy. Looking to see that movie at some point.

-Katharine Heigl and David Duchovny are up to present Best Actor in a TV Series- Drama.

-Betting on Spacey here.

-Kevin Spacey wins for House of Cards!

-Spacey gets the first censor of the night. Nice job.

-Spacey wins speech of the night. Simply astounding.

-Juliana Marguiles and Don Cheadle are giving the Cecil B. DeMille award to George Clooney. Time to take a nap.

-I love Clooney but that Monuments Men joke was gold.

-Owen Wilson is here to talk about The Grand Budapest Hotel.

-Harrison Ford is here to present the award for Best Director. I've got Linklater here.

-Linklater with the win. That seals it. Boyhood will take the drama category tonight.

-Chris Pratt and Anna Faris are here to present an award here. Funny stuff so far.

-Best Actress in a TV Series- Drama is up now. Viola Davis will win.

-Ruth Wilson with the shocking upset for The Affair. The first genuine surprise of the night.

-Amy Adams is here to give Michael Keaton his award. Wait, did I speak too soon?

-Michael Keaton wins for Birdman. He's got a good chance at the Oscar next month.

-Keaton's speech was quite the mixed bag.

-Oprah is here to talk about Selma.

-And we're back! This thing better wrap up soon. Tatum's talking about Foxcatcher right now.

-Next-up is Robert Downyer Jr. to present Best Motion Picture- Comedy or Musical. Hoping for Grand Budapest, but Birdman is gonna take it.

-YES YES YES YES YES YES YES

-The Grand Budapest Hotel is the real deal. Wins Best Motion Picture- Comedy or Musical.

-So happy that Grand Budapest won. Terrific movie. This puts it at the forefront of the Best Picture race.

-That Matthew McConaughey joke was gold. Best Actress is up next. Moore will take this one with ease.

-Julianne Moore wins. Yep. She's gonna win the Oscar.

-Best Actor is up next. This one should be much more interesting. Paltrow is presenting.

-Betting on Cumberbatch here, but anybody could win this category.

-Eddie Redmayne wins Best Actor for The Theory of Everything. Solidifies himself as the front-runner here.

-Redmayne, Cumberbatch, Carell, Gyllenhaal and Oyelowo is perhaps the most formidable category I've ever seen. So many masterful performances.

-Last category is Best Picture- Drama. Boyhood is probably going to win. And it deserves to.

-Streep here to present our final award.

-And the award goes to........Boyhood. Standing ovation for Linklater and the crew.

-That wraps up this live blog, folks! Come back tomorrow for more analysis and awards coverage.

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